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2001 - 2005, art shows throughout the world seen by ArtoftheDay

Between 2001 and 2005, ArtoftheDay published every day a calendar of art shows opening in museums throughout the world and in French speaking countries art galleries. Each notice, often illustrated, offers a short commentary and a link to the museum or gallery where the exhibition was taking place.

These thousands of notices are a precious source of information and reflect the art trends of the times. By clicking on their title you will get access to their contents.

7 rounds
From january 31 to february 16 2002
7 creativs - video productors, photographs, painters, performers wonder about boxe. Avec Jean-Philippe Baert, Horacio Cassinelli, Marc Fontenelle, Mathias Gaillaguet, Danièle Gibrat, Pierre Giner and Tsuneko Taniuchi.
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Martin Parr: Photographic Works
From january 31 to april 14 2002
Martin Parr's playful sense of irony and humour has revitalised British social documentary photography. This retrospective includes his poignant black and white photos from the 70s, and his colour works from the 80s to the present [...]
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Taisho Chic: Japanese Modernity, Nostalgia, and Deco
From january 31 to march 17 2002
This selection from one of the finest collections of works from the Taisho Period in Japan includes paintings, textiles, and decorative arts. The changing role of Japanese women is explored in works that are experimental and innovative [...]
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Transition: The London Art Scene in the Fifties
From january 31 to april 14 2002
In the Fifties Peter Blake, David Hockney and Francis Bacon created the work that redirected the course of twentieth century British art. 90 paintings and sculptures by these and other artists, as well as photographs, books and magazines [...]
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Cosme Tura - Painting and design in Renaissance Ferrara
From january 30 to may 12 2002
The first monographic exhibition dedicated to this Renaissance painter, triggered by recent research and studies on the novelties of his technique.
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Mark Manders
From january 30 to march 17 2002
For his first exhibition in Canada, Dutch artist Mark Manders presents new sculpture and drawings from his ongoing series Self-portrait as a building.
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Whitework
From january 30 to april 13 2002
The skill of embroidering complex flowers and decorative motifs with white fabric was especially popular in the 19th century. Superb examples of whitework from the textiles collection are on display, including babies'robes and collars [...]
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Ursula von Rydingsvard : On an epic scale
From january 27 to may 2 2002
Monumental sculpture and related charcoal drawings by the artist - born in Germany in 1942, living in the USA since 1950 - reveal her connection to nature and landscape.
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Design Now Austria
From january 26 to april 7 2002
Design now Austria seeks to introduce new design principles by showing 30 examples of the most exciting work being done in the design scene today, ranging from the sophisticated industrial design of Porsche, to the casual fashion [...]
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Hairitage
From january 26 to october 6 2002
From the earliest contacts between Africans and Europeans, hair has been a source of fascination, consternation and jubilation. The exhibition explores the aesthetics, politics, and cultural legacy of hairstyles in African American [...]
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Nan Goldin: Devil’s Playground
From january 26 to march 31 2002
Over 200 works by American artist Nan Goldin highlight the way she capture the glamour and pathos of an urban culture. This retrospective features recent images of landscapes, maternity, and her extraordinary collaboration with composer [...]
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Laura Quarmby
From january 26 to april 7 2002
An video installation by a young Scottish artist.
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TRAUMA
From january 26 to april 7 2002
Works by 12 international artists are brought together on the thematic of « Trauma ». Includes pieces by Johan Grimonprez, Willie Doherty, Martin Boyce, Kendall Geers and Ann-Sofi Sidén.
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W. Barns-Graham: Painting as Celebration
From january 26 to march 16 2002
The artist St. Andrews, born Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, is a key figure since the 1940s within the group of artists associated with St. Ives. Now in her 90th year, she continues to paint. Her works made during the last 15 years are on display.
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The Closed Book: Seven Short Stories
From january 26 to august 4 2002
From the medieval era to the 20th century, bindings were created to reflect the interests, wealth, and tastes of the owners. This exhibition explore how particular bindings often reveal fascinating details about the people who once [...]
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Eighth Faculty Show and Faculty Choice
From january 26 to march 17 2002
An eclectic selection of works by members of the faculty of College of William and Mary that demonstrate impulses in contemporary art in a variety of media including painting, sculpture, printmaking and ceramics.
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Matsumura Goshun and His Followers
From january 26 to april 21 2002
25 rolls and screens explore the full gamut of Matsumura Goshun's (1752-1811) talent, accompanied with works by some of his students and masters.
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Light
From january 26 to april 7 2002
First exhibition of a series dedicated to display masterpieces from the collections of the National Gallery of London, Light brings together some 20 paintings including The Adoration of the Shepherds by Rembrandt.
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Painting with Smoke
From january 26 to march 16 2002
Ceramics by David Roberts range from tall, sensitive and elegant vessel forms to exciting new sculptural pieces, reflecting the artist's interest in post war abstract painting and his engagement with the landscape of his native Yorkshire.
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Paris: Capital of the Arts 1900-1968
From january 26 to april 19 2002
At the beginning of the 20th century, the great figures of modern art, such as Léger and Duchamp, were soon joined by artists from all over the world, Picasso, Kandinsky... Quarter by quarter - Montmartre, Montparnasse, St Germain [...]
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A toute épreuve: An Artist's Book Masterpiece by Joan Miró
From january 26 to may 19 2002
A toute épreuve is Joan Miró's greatest achievement within his distinguished career as a book illustrator. For this collaboration with Paul Eluard and Enric Tormo, Miró was able to preserve an amazing spirit of spontaneity in the final [...]
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Roy Arden: Fragments, Photographs, 1981-85
From january 26 to march 24 2002
Selected images from Fragments, images made between 1981 and 1985. Arden produced these portraits and details of urban texture in Vancouver, Paris, Geneva and Berlin.
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It's not a movie!
From january 26 to march 24 2002
Michel Nuridsany asks himself about video today. More than cinema, he definies it as animated photography and speaks of visual poem. He presents video works of artists from different countries. To discover.
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North Boats.
From january 26 to april 6 2002
This exhibition traces the history of shipping links between Aberdeen and the Nothern Isles. Itwill feature photographs, paintings and models of vessels associated with the route.
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Maurizio Pellegrin: The Water Dream and Other Works
From january 26 to april 21 2002
An obsessive collector, celebrated artist Maurizio Pellegrin poetically arranges objects he has gathered from around the world. In The Water Dream, he pays tribute to his birthplace, Venice, Italy, where for centuries the most common [...]
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Wim Delvoye, Cloaca
From january 25 to april 28 2002
The Belgian artist Wim Delvoye presents a monumental installation featuring a human digestive system. Cloaca is a machine which digest daily changing menues as in real life. Fed twice a day, it produces excrement...
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Twenty New Works
From january 25 to february 17 2002
20 works donated to the Museum to join the Altoids Curiously Strong Collection are on display in this exhibition that will tour the country.
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Escape from the Vault: The Contemporary Museum’s Collection Breaks Out
From january 25 to march 24 2002
A panorama of the collections of the museum by about 70 artists.
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Great Houses of Scotland
From january 25 to april 21 2002
Scotland is uniquely fortunate in the survival of its historic country houses. From great palace on the scale of Blair and Dunrobin to more modest buildings such as Traquair. Seven remarkable Scottish houses are on focus through paintings, [...]
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Painted Ladies : Women at the Court of Charles II, 1660-1685
From january 25 to march 17 2002
The court of Charles II was known for its splendor and its excess. Women, among whom his numerous mistresses, played an important part in it. The exhibition brings together portraits and texts dedicated to them.
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The Human Family : A work in progress
From january 25 to march 24 2002
Following the events of September 11, America and other nations of the world have witnessed turbulent change. This selection of videotapes seeks to approach « America's New War » through the diverse lenses of independent media makers [...]
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Edward Weston: Photography and Modernism
From january 25 to may 12 2002
85 photographs made between 1920 and 1948, demonstrates the ways in which Weston’s work evolved in response to contemporary movements in all the arts.
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The Art of Mu Xin: Landscape Paintings and Prison Notes
From january 24 to march 31 2002
Born in China in 1927, Mu Xin has witnessed the turmoil of 20th century Chinese history. The Prison Notes were written during the Cultural Revolution while he was imprisoned and the Lanscape Paintings when he was under house arrest [...]
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Leen De Waele, video-installation : Jolien & Leen
From january 24 to march 3 2002
This video-projection explores the partiality of perception and memory.
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Chic Clicks: Creativity and Commerce in Contemporary Fashion Photography
From january 23 to may 5 2002
40 celebrated photographers present both their independent, personal works as well as published photo editorials from fashion magazines and advertising campaings in order to visualize the debate between aesthetics and commercial pressures [...]
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Chagall : From Russia to Paris. Drawings and Watercolors 1906 – 1967
From january 23 to april 7 2002
70 rarely-seen drawings and watercolors document the inspirational genesis of the artist’s work from his early memories of his home in Russia until his fully matured style later in Paris
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Chagall In Print
From january 23 to april 7 2002
More than 165 etchings, including the entire 105 hand-colored plates of Chagall’s The Bible, completed in 1931-39 and 1952-56.
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Mélik Ohanian
From january 22 to march 17 2002
For his first solo exhibition, Mélik Ohanian presents Island of an Island and Peripherical Communities, two new installations in which the artist explores the notions of territory, culture and community.
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Go Wild
From january 22 to september 1 2002
Sheffield's impressive collections of animals, rocks and fossils is on display.
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Studies and Sketches: Henry Darger
From january 21 to may 31 2002
Complementing the Darger exhibition, this presentation includes 75 drawings and studies that reveal the artist's working methods and his connections to his time and cultural environment.
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Preserved by Chance : Pre-Columbian Pottery of the Southwestern United States
From january 20 to april 14 2002
Around a hundred objects of pottery produced by indigenous cultures over 1200 years.
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L.A. on My Mind: Recent Acquisitions
From january 20 to april 21 2002
A wild divervity of artistic approaches by emerging Los Angeles-based artists through a range of medias. Works by Amy Adler, Liz Craft, Richard Hawkins, Jorge Prado and Adam Ross are on display.
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CC41 Utility Fashion
From january 20 to february 23 2002
CC41 was a distinctive label introduced during the Second World War to make clothing and furniture which met the Government's Utility Scheme.
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Life's a Fun Beach - Works by Rowena Comrie.
From january 20 to march 9 2002
Postcard-sized watercolours, sculptural forms…selected from a body of work created over four years by local artist Rowena Comrie.
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Two Views of Cuba: Photographs by Lou Jones and Peter Kayafas
From january 19 to march 17 2002
Independently exploring Cuba through their cameras, these two accomplished photographers present their latest views of the island together with images made during earlier trips.
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Clara Wainwright: Quiltmaker and Celebration Artist
From january 19 to may 27 2002
40 fabric collages and quilts, artist books, installations with painted and decorated furniture, documentary about the artist's leadership role in public celebrations in Boston such as The Great Boston Kite Festival span the original [...]
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A Curious and Ingenious Art: Reflections on Daguerreotypes at Harvard
From january 19 to april 14 2002
Through about 60 daguerreotypes drawn from the collection of the museum, the exhibition explore the history of the ancestor of photography.
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Manhattan Skylines
From january 19 to june 2 2002
Recognizable at a glance, the Manhattan Skyline has nevertheless dramatically changed since the late 19th century to the tragical date of the 11th of september 2001. Paintings and photographs from late 19th century to the present give [...]
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Mappin Open Solo Show: Andrew Cranston
From january 19 to april 21 2002
The last of the 3 shows selected in 2001. Andrew Cranston create memorable images out of mundane subject matter. However, his treatment is anything but mundane !
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Testimony: Vernacular art of the African-American South
From january 19 to march 10 2002
Large-scale paintings, small works on paper or complex and inventive assemblages of metal, wood, fiber, and found objects by 25 artists express the conflicts and joys of African-American experiences in the South during the last 2 decades. [...]
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Howard Werner: Heroic Vessels
From january 19 to april 21 2002
Since the early 1970s, Howard Werner has been carving vessels from large sections of fallen trees. The exhibition features his ongoing series of vessels, reminiscent of classical Greek and Roman art.
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Richard Wilson: Irons in the Fire
From january 19 to april 21 2002
Due to the scale and the site specific nature of his creations, Richard Wilson is rarely shown into traditional exhibitions. Drawings, plans, maquettes, and documentation in photographic and film forms evoke and explain his work.
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Richard Diebenkorn: Clubs and Spades
From january 19 to april 14 2002
25 prints and drawings from 1981 through 1982 examine the use of these motifs by the artist. The selection of works shows their mutation into trees, towers and abstract shapes, Spreading Spades(1981), Club Blue Ground(1982).
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G. Daniel Massad: Silent History
From january 18 to february 24 2002
This American artist (born in 1946) dedicate his carreer to still life genre. Massad's compositions contain objects and arrangements laden with symbols and hidden meanings.
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Cells: Jewellery by Paul McCure
From january 18 to march 3 2002
These jewellery pieces, inspired by microscopic imagery of the human body, explore the crossroads of science and the visual arts.
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Coup de projecteur : Olivia Parker
From january 18 to february 17 2002
Contemporary photographer Olivia Parker exhibit her large format, digitally manipulated color photographs.
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Looking at Modern Art: In Memory of David Sylvester
From january 18 to march 24 2002
A tribute to David Sylvester (1924-2001), specialist of modern art and one of the most prominent exhibition makers and writers on art of the last 50 years. 20 works by artist whose art moved him deeply are presented, among which Cézanne, [...]
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Alvin Comiter: Building a Nova Scotia Archive
From january 18 to april 21 2002
A series of black-and-white photographs that the artist started in 1984, depicting Nova Scotia's public, residential and industrial buildings.
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Convergence
From january 18 to march 3 2002
A presentation of ceramic platters by Dale Pereira.
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Gustave Le Gray in Context.
From january 18 to april 14 2002
The work of nineteenth-century Parisian photographer Gustave Le Gray and its impact on creative landscape imagery over time. Presentation of 14 photographs and 50 works on paper.
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The Art of the Ndebele: The Art of the Ndebele: The Evolution of a Cultural Identity
From january 18 to march 3 2002
The Southern Ndebele (en-da-bell-ay) live in South Africa (Zimbabwe). This exhibit examines the evolution of a cultural identity through changes in this artwork such as beadwork and toys.
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Twenty by ten : The Annual Craft Studio Residency Exhibition
From january 18 to march 3 2002
A series of about 10 or more works by each of the Craft Studio residents, testing the boundaries of craft, design and art.
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Paul Klee. The Nature of Creation
From january 17 to april 1 2002
Around 100 works by the great master of Modern Art Paul Klee (1879-1940), including paintings, watercolours and drawings, trace the development of the artist's rich visual language.
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Pen, Pencil, and Brush : American Drawings and Watercolours (1850-1950)
From january 17 to march 17 2002
Over the years, the Academy has built a fine collection of American drawings and watercolors by artists such as Winslow Homer, Mary Cassatt and Charles Demuth. 30 of the most outstanding ones are presented to celebrates the 75th Anniversary [...]
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Ann-Sofi Sidén. Warte Mal!
From january 17 to april 1 2002
This Swedish artist works with hidden worlds. Her video installation Warte Mal! explores the complexities of Dubi, a small town on the Czech-German border. Once a flourishing spa town, it now exists almost solely for the purposes of prostitution.
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Jacques *Grinberg
From january 17 to march 17 2002
Presentation of recent works of this artist of the Nouvelle Figuration.
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Art in Focus: Celadon Ware 
From january 16 to april 14 2002
A selection of Japanese ceramics known as celadon ware.
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Van Gogh and the Labors of the Field
From january 15 to june 9 2002
This small exhibition features 5 paintings by Van Gogh (1853-1890), inspired by a series of drawings titled Labors of the Field, by the artist he most revered, French painter Jean François Millet (1814-1875).
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Benjamin Brecknell Turner: Rural England through a Victorian Lens
From january 15 to april 21 2002
In the early 1850s, Benjamin Brecknell Turner (1815–1894) photographed picturesque English scenes: ruined abbeys and castles, barns and cottages, etc. Around 40 large-format photographs are drawn almost entirely from a magnificent [...]
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Earthly Bodies: Irving Penn's Nudes, 1949–50
From january 15 to april 21 2002
Famous for portraiture, still life, and fashion work, Irving Penn is less well known as a superb photographer of the female nude. His most important nudes were made more than 50 years ago with models closer to Titian's or Rubens’s [...]
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European Masterworks, The Foundation for the Arts Collection
From january 13 to april 10 2002
More than 100 paintings, sculpture, and works on paper from the The Foundation for the Arts Collection are brought together, including masterpieces by Daumier, Brancusi, Gauguin, Goya, Léger, Rodin, Vuillard and many more.
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Sam Kimura Retrospective
From january 13 to march 3 2002
The photographer Kimura was a long-time teacher at the University of Alaska Anchorage, where he influenced a large number of students. Approximately 80 images span his career and the different creative periods of his life from his early [...]
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Foundlings
From january 12 to february 23 2002
A video by Orla Barry.
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Echappées de la réalité
From january 12 to march 3 2002
The exhibition brings together new and recent works by 5 contemporary artists: Charles Avery, Matthew Ritchie, Keith Tyson, Grace Weir and Keith Wilson. Drawing on myth, science and philosophy these creations oscillate between the familiar [...]
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Dancer: 1999 Nudes by Irving Penn
From january 12 to may 12 2002
In 1999, at age 82, Irving Penn produced a series of nudes that investigate light, motion, and time. This is the first presentation of this extraordinary body of work.
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O Say Can You See: Great American Photographs from the New Orleans Museum of Art
From january 12 to march 24 2002
A melting pot of photographs from the turn of the century to the post-war period give an various visions of the American experience.
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Processes in print
From january 12 to may 4 2002
This overview of the processes of printmaking includes tools and techniques as well as works by Dürer, Rembrandt, Whistler, Gauguin or Warhol.
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The Harold W. Shaw pre-columbian art Collection
From january 12 to june 23 2002
Ranging from the delicate gold creations of the ancient Panamanians to the powerful carvings and ceramics of the Aztec and the Maya, more than 70 objects are on display.
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A Collector's Vision: J. S. McLean and Modern Painting in Canada
From january 12 to march 17 2002
Works of A.Y. Jackson, David Milne, Paraskeva Clark, Carl Schaefer, Emily Carr, and many more of their contemporaries.
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Scenes of American Life: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
From january 12 to march 24 2002
Masterworks by Edward Hopper, John Sloan, William Glackens, Jacob Lawrence, Paul Cadmus, William H. Johnson and Thomas Hart Benton illustrate American life from the excitement of New York and the Roaring Twenties through the Great [...]
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Power of Thought : The Prints of Jessie Oonark
From january 11 to february 24 2002
Canadian Inuit artist Jessie Oonark's (1906-1985) drawings and textile designs feature visual references to her life and culture in the Arctic.
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Short Stories. Elevator phantom
From january 11 to march 10 2002
This display is part of a series of innovative rotating exhibitions which pose difficult questions and provoke exploration of the most challenging issues surrounding contemporary and modern art.
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Short Stories. Kori Newkirk. To See It All
From january 11 to may 12 2002
This display is part of a series of innovative rotating exhibitions which pose difficult questions and provoke exploration of the most challenging issues surrounding contemporary and modern art.
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Short Stories. Susan Robb. Seedling
From january 11 to may 12 2002
This display is part of a series of innovative rotating exhibitions which pose difficult questions and provoke exploration of the most challenging issues surrounding contemporary and modern art.
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Another Vietnam: Pictures of the War from the Other Side
From january 11 to march 17 2002
The first ever exhibition of Vietnam War photographs by North Vietnamese soldier-photographers contains over 120 black and white shots.
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Cutting Edge: An Exhibition of British Cutlery and table settings
From january 11 to march 10 2002
Over 500 pieces of cutlery, tracing 5,000 years of eating habits, give a complete overview of the design and evolution of british cutlery.
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Foreign Body: Photography and the Prelude to Genetic Modification
From january 11 to march 17 2002
From Frankenstein to Robocop to human clones, the cybernetic or manufactured human has seduced the popular imagination for nearly 2 centuries. The exhibition focuses on the way individuals were portrayed between 1852 and 1945 in medical [...]
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Hidden Truths: Bloody Sunday 1972
From january 11 to march 17 2002
A photographic testimony of one of the great tragedies of recent Irish-Anglo history, the shooting of Irish civil rights protestors by British soldiers on January the 30th, 1972.
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The First Snapshots: At Home and Abroad
From january 11 to march 17 2002
60 pioneering Kodak snapshots from the 1880s and 1890s, visually inventive and playful, portray American families in both domestic settings and on world travels.
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TRUST: An Installation by Anne Bush
From january 11 to april 23 2002
Bush's current work explores the relationship between language and space. This installation focus on the « curious alliance » between bank and museum.
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Mapping The Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage)
From january 10 to july 27 2002
This new video installation by Bruce Nauman records the nocturnal activity in the artist's sudio of his cat and an infestation of mice during the summer of 2000.
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Abstract Art from the Río de la Plata: Buenos Aires and Montevideo, 1933-1953
From january 10 to april 7 2002
Approximately 60 works in painting, sculpture and drawing - as well as publications and manifestos from the period - belonging to various Latin-American collections explore the origins of abstract art in South America.
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Reginald Marsh Prints : Whitney Museum of American Art Portfolio, Part two
From january 8 to june 29 2002
The second half of the 30 prints by Reginald Marsh (American, 1898-1954). Many of his works show scenes of New York bars and dance halls as well as everyday life that he witnessed around him.
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Thomas Weaver
From january 8 to july 27 2002
This contemporary New York artist combines photographic images and abstract struture in this series of paintings created as a site-specific installation for the Marsh Art Gallery.
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Rome on the Grand Tour
From january 8 to august 11 2002
The Grand Tour in the 18th century formed a way for young British travelers to acquire a canon of taste and noble ideas. Highlights include Giovanni Antonio Canaletto's, The Arch of Constantine with the Colosseum in the Background [...]
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Naked - Scape
From january 6 to february 17 2002
Drawings by Japanese Artist-in-Residence Tokuo Noguchi are brought together.
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A Small Vacation
From january 6 to february 10 2002
For the exhibition, Beth Wesson used more than 300 anonymous family vacation snapshots dating from the 1890s to the 1960s and worked on them.
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Voices from Korea
From january 2 to december 31 2002
The experiences of those who were involved through oral history recordings, photographs, and other mementoes.
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Dempsey Bob: The Art Goes Back to the Stories.
From january 2 to december 31 2002
Recent bronze scuptures complemented by a sourcebook wrotten by artist's daughter.
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Marion Brenner: The Subtle Life of Plants and People
From january 1 to may 26 2002
Two recent series of work by the photograph Marion Brenner are on display: Botanicals and Portraits.
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Dance of the Forest Spirits: A Set of Native American Masks at the DIA
From january 1 to july 1 2002
A set of masks used during a potlatch in the 1940s.
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Masterworks of Chinese Painting: In Pursuit of Mists and Clouds
From january 1 to may 26 2002
More than 60 paintings span 800 years of art in China.
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Selections from the Henry H. Weldon Collection
From january 1 to july 15 2002
Featuring hightlights from the Henry H. Weldon collection of more than 725 pieces of 18th century English pottery.
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XXL
From january 1 to july 14 2002
Celebrating monumentality, XXL features a dynamic array of large-scale paintings and sculpture from the collections, dating from the 1950s to present.
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Sandra Blow
From january 1 to march 10 2002
Paintings and collages by Sandra Blow highlight key moments of her career from the 1950s to the present day. Her central concerns are abstract form, light, space, texture and rythm.
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enVisage
From january 1 to april 21 2002
60 paintings, sculptures and prints illustrate the theme of the human face.
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Flight
From january 1 to february 24 2002
From insects, birds, reptiles and mammals to humans and technology a close look at the miracle of flight.
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Profile of a Collection: The Gordon Lambert Trust Collection at IMMA
From january 1 to june 23 2002
Some 55 works by artists such as Picasso, Braque or Sean Scully, all drawn from the Gordon Lambert Trust Collection, are brought together.
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The Prints and Drawings. Collection : Augustus & Gwen John
From january 1 to march 17 2002
A selection from the Augustus & Gwen John works on paper collection together with new acquisitions of works by various artists.
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The Vaughan Bequest of Turner watercolours
From january 1 to 31 2002
Like every year since 1900, the bequest of the art Collector Henry Vaughan is presented. The 38 watercolors includes many periods of Turner's long carrer. Too fragile to be on permanent display, Vaughan stipulated that it could only [...]
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What's in Your Tureen: Soup, Stew, or Ragoût?
From january 1 to august 11 2002
Decorative arts meet the culinary arts in this exhibition about soup tureens and the delights of dining at table from 1700 to the present. Ten tureens accompanied by recipes created for the aristocracy by France's culinary masters [...]
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Cradles, Corn and Lizards
From january 1 to june 30 2002
Visitors can explore the cultures, landscapes and wildlife of Arizona in this unique interactive experience.
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William Kurelek: The Polish Canadians
From january 1 to march 31 2002
Chronicle of Polish settlement in Canada by the Ukrainian-Canadian artist William Kurelek.
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One Planet under a Groove: Hip Hop and Contemporary Art
From january 1 to march 3 2002
Through the work of 30 visual artists based in the United States, Europe, and Japan, the exhibition explore the impact of hip-hop culture on contemporary art.
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Rock, Paper, Scissors: Fine Art from the Heard Museum & Drawings by Mary Morez
From january 1 to september 15 2002
Paintings and sculpture recently given to the Heard Museum by contemporary Native American artists are on display.
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John Walker
From january 1 to august 4 2002
The exhibition celebrates the purchase of a major painting by John Walker, October Low Tide, Maine (2000), and comprises 17 recent works, from 2000 and 2001, and 5 works from the 1970's and early 1980's.
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